Dabney's house, recovered by the regional government of the Azores, traces the history of this family who lived in Faial and who left a cultural, historical and scientific heritage that is still visible and recognized on the island. The Dabney family settled in Faial in 1806, when John Bass Dabney was appointed Consul General of the United States in the Azores. Rehabilitated as a showroom, the visit of the Monte da Guia house is interesting. The Dabney route will take you on the tracks of the sublime homes built by this extraordinary family.
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